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[EP-tech] Importing ROARMAP in Wikidata
I think yiou can get all the data by doing an advanced search and asking for all the results in EP3-XML. (It?s a dropdown menu.)
Here for example, are all the European policies
> On 8 Sep 2017, at 13:22, Antonin Delpeuch <antonin at delpeuch.eu> wrote:
> Dear Stevan,
> Thank you very much for the introduction!
> Dear Les,
> On Wikidata's side, everything is ready for the import, as we have just
> got a property to store ROARMAP ids. This is how it looks on an example:
> Now all we need is the data, to import more of these ids. I realize some
> consumers of your data use screen scraping rather than an actual API
> (for instance, http://oa-check.nexacenter.org/ ). Is this the preferred
> way to extract data?
> On 28/08/2017 13:31, Stevan Harnad wrote:
>> Dear Antonin,
>> We will be happy to help in any way we can to tighten links between Wikidata and ROARMAP.
>> I am branching this to Professor Les Carr who will I hope know how to get you an up-to-date dump of ROARMAP.
>> Please let me know when you have received what you need.
>> Best wishes,
>> Stevan Harnad,
>> Professor Emeritus
>> ECS, University of Southampton
>>> On Aug 26, 2017, at 5:12 PM, Antonin Delpeuch <antonin at delpeuch.eu> wrote:
>>> Dear Stevan,
>>> As part of the WikiCite initiative, I would be interested in creating
>>> tighter links between Wikidata and ROARMAP.
>>> WikiCite is a project to represent scholarly metadata in Linked Open
>>> Data, and has been using Wikidata as a backend. We believe such a
>>> resource could be extremely beneficial to the community. As part of this
>>> effort, I focus on infrastructure for open access (for instance, I run
>>> https://tools.wmflabs.org/oabot/ ).
>>> One important piece of infrastructure for open access is your repository
>>> of open access mandates, ROARMAP. Importing it into Wikidata would allow
>>> to link policies to the records of the universities which have adopted
>>> them, which are in turn linked to their faculty members, their
>>> publications, and many other items. That would potentially allow for
>>> very interesting queries and visualizations.
>>> Therefore, I wonder if there is any way to get an up-to-date dump of
>>> ROARMAP? I have seen your OAI-PMH interface but it does not seem to
>>> expose the full content of records.
>>> Best regards,
>>> Antonin Delpeuch
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